Tuesday, August 11

Michael Jackson Autopsy results SEALED

Post-mortem tests on Michael Jackson are finally complete but the results are being kept under wraps until a police probe into his death is finished.

Toxicology tests have now been concluded but Los Angeles coroner Ed Winter hasn't shed any light on when they will be released. They are however expected to show that Jackson was on at least a handful of heavy medications including opiates and sedatives when he died.

The police investigation so far has led to raids on the premises of the star's doctor, Conrad Murray and the bizarre use of anaesthetic DIPRIVAN. There is only one other case in the world of someone abusing/being addicted to the drug, a boy who hadn't slept in days apparently bought it on Ebay and died instantly.
Dr Murray has assisted officers in the searches last month, which resulted in the seizure of items including various medications and computer hard drives. The world will just have to Wait longer still to find out what killed Michael.

Rest In Peace - we won't stop til' we know the truth and bring those accountable to justice.

Film deal: "To Tell story of Jackson's Last Days including Rehearsal Footage"

Last days...

Rare picture taken by fan in scrum outside first rehearsal location.

A plan to release a film based on the singer's last rehearsals in Los Angeles for his series of concerts at the O2 arena in London has been approved by a Los Angeles judge.

The proposal had been the subject of numerous objections by Jackson's mother Katherine, including concerns that his three children would appear in the movie. But AEG Live has said they are not included in the footage.

The film is due to be released in October, with the singer's estate expected to receive about 90% of the proceeds. The release is expected to be shown in 3D and will also include interviews with Jackson's friends and collaborators.

Michael Lynton, head of Sony Pictures Entertainment, said:

"This historic recording of the last time he sang and danced on stage shows the legendary artist in an incredibly powerful way, with crystal clear images and sound."